“She’s going to depress the vote if she considered going in, right? Because there are a lot of people, when [former President Barack] Obama came out and said ‘black voters get out there and women get out to vote’ — they didn’t show up. They didn’t show up in large numbers,” co-host Lawrence Jones said.
“She’s done a great service to our country and public service, and I supported her wholeheartedly, but I believe it’s time for another nominee,” Sen. Dick Durbin, D-Ill., told Politico.
Jones made the case that Clinton doesn’t resonate with voters because of her “bitterness” from losing the 2016 election.
“I think [it] goes back to her bitterness,” he said. “She really believes that she was robbed of the last election. She really does believe [that] Russia and [former FBI Director] James Comey and everybody was against her, and she didn’t get a fair shake because she was a woman and all these forces were going against her.”
“She does not accept that it was the American voters,” he added.
Co-host Geraldo Rivera mentioned the electoral college, which prompted a loud groan from his co-hosts.
“But she was robbed in the sense the electoral college,” Rivera said.